About

January 10, 2011
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The Jeep Talk Show started out in December of 2010 as The XJ TALK SHOW!  Over the years the podcast has morphed into a weekly show about more that just Jeep Cherokees and off-roading.

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Tony has a number of websites, this one included.  xjtalk.com a Jeep Cherokee forum that has been in service even before the podcast.  WranglerTalk.com, JeepTalkForum.com, TonyandJoshShow.com, and even a personal site that he occasionally makes off the wall posts on, muckleroy.com.  You can find Tony on all the major social media outlets except Pinterest. 😀

@TonyMuckleroy on Twitter and Facebook.  Instagram as well.

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Co-host Josh Blanchard joined the team (of one) in November of 2012. Josh has experience as a for hire DJ. Josh is and avid Jeeper, owns an XJ and does his own modifications.  Josh also does voice over work.  You can find out more about this at his site http://www.thevoiceofjosh.com/

 

 

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With the addition of  Co-Host Tammy-Jeep Momma the podcast began to expand it’s Jeep coverage with the Jeep Wrangler. Tammy is new to the Jeep world purchasing her JKU-Sahara in 2013.  Then in 2014 the off-roading bug bit her and she upgraded to a 2015 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon. She has also begun modifying her Jeep and attempts most all her mods herself.

 

jeeptalkshow-logo-250x250.jpgThe Jeep Talk Show interviews people, companies and organizations that make up the off-road community.

You can listen to our podcasts directly from this site, iTunes, and several other online venues including iHeartRadio.

 

 

 

 

 

jts-appYou can also install the Jeep Talk Show app directly on your smartphone or tablet!  Available on both the Apple Store and Google Play!

10 Responses to About

  1. John on August 30, 2016 at 5:41 pm

    Hey , just found your show on Apple Itunes. Like the show. So I want to download your shows burn ’em on a disk and listen while driving around at work. Kinda old-school way to do it but that’s what i’m stuck with (long story).Any ideas? Also more YJ talk would be awesome. JT 88 YJ

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  2. Brian on June 1, 2016 at 12:14 pm

    I’m very sorry that I’m sending you a message that you probably never expected to get… I’m a first-year college student and as a part-time job I’m working for a small media production studio specializing in podcast editing. Have you ever thought about outsourcing the production of your podcast so that you could free up some of your precious time to create great content for your show instead of messing with sound editing? What our studio does is take your podcast recordings, edit out the parts that you don’t need, mix in your intro, outro, music, etc., normalize volume level and insert ID3 tags. Our rate is 8 bucks per episode and turnaround is 24 hours. And your very first episode is on us.

    Additionally, we take tremendous pride in providing unlimited revision for every episode at no charge in case you’re not completely satisfied with our work.

    Again I’m so sorry for bothering you, and I’ll take you off our contact list now so we won’t reach out to you again unless you are interested in giving our services a try.

    Hope you have a great day :)

    Sincerely,
    Brian

    • admin on June 2, 2016 at 8:48 pm

      What college?

  3. rajseattle on March 30, 2016 at 4:55 pm

    So I no sooner comment about the JeepTalkShow never mentioning YJ’s on the podcasts and I head out for my daily JeepWALKshow listening to episode titled “June 23, 2015 XJ Talk Show! returns…” and wouldn’t you know it, Josh was talking about a YJ lift with front and rear springs. Now I can say unequivocally, this is the best jeep talk show on the planet! Thanks for all you do to promote this historic brand.

    rajseattle
    1990 YJ

    • admin on April 1, 2016 at 9:47 am

      Thank you so much for the comment! JeepWALKshow is good stuff I may use that! Be careful walking out there with your ears plugged up! We need all out loyal listeners! 😉

      Tony

  4. rajseattle on March 30, 2016 at 3:21 pm

    Without question the JeepTalkShow is the best podcast out there for Jeep lovers. I walk about five miles a day. I’ve been catching up on previous podcasts; I refer to it as the JeepWALKshow. I truly get a lot of enjoyment and occasionally some real inspiration and help for my own jeep. That brings me to my one and only beef with your programming. I know you really like the Jeep Cherokee XJ’s there’s no doubt there, but what is it about the Wrangler YJ that has caused you to never mention it on air? I try to imagine the traumatic event in your past that has blocked that model from your collective memories. I have owned my 1990 YJ inline 6 for over 15 years as my daily driver and I still look forward to the drive every day! I’ve found a few posts from Mudderoy on WranglerTalk.com which give me hope! At any rate, keep on keeping on, you guys and “the Momma” are awesome!

    rajseattle
    1990 YJ (with a carb) and proud of it!

  5. chris scriven on February 12, 2016 at 10:12 am

    Tammy,

    i am new to the jeep world. i bought my jeep 2016 JKU after listening to many shows. thanks for all the advise!!
    I also live in MD and am looking for anywhere for a newbie jeep owner to go 4x4ing in MD. any advice would be amazing! Any jeep clubs you recomend?

    • Tammy on April 1, 2016 at 3:40 pm

      Chris there is no place legal to wheel in Maryland. I go to Rausch Creek Off Road park in Tremont PA. They have off road instructional courses there too!

    • Richard on August 4, 2016 at 2:10 pm

      Hey Chris,
      If your close to the Ocean City area, There is a jeep club I used to be a member of;
      Eastern Shore Jeep Association. Those guys were pretty cool when I was there. I only left because I ended up moving away. They used to hold their meetings at the Gander Mtn store in Salisbury,MD. I have no idea if they still do, You’ll have to contact them. They have a rather good jeep forum online too.

      Thanks, Rich

  6. J33PSTR on December 7, 2015 at 2:14 am

    Wrenching something different
    I spent the weekend in Atlanta. I don’t get to go as often as I’d like. My Brother has ALS and lives there with his wife and my parents. Brian has had the disease for nearly four years. And THATS a lot of years in ALS years. Average life expectancy after diagnosis is 3 years.

    Before ALS Brian was a real Jeep Lover. He had a 90’s YJ that he loved. Brian left home to persue his dream of being a record producer. He went to Tempe Arizona to attend a very prestigious audio engineering school. Lemme tell ya folks. In Tempe Az, you leave the doors and sides at home… For months at a time. Dry and hot!!!

    This is the same doors and tops that we left at home when we started our excursion to the Grand Canyon. The weather was amazing!! Open desert road, open top jeep, shorts and tee shirts flapping at highway speeds. Little did we know, our trip involved driving through Flagstaff AZ at around 11:00pm on our first night. Snow, 35mph head wind up a incredibly steep long highway climb in 4 cylinder YJ. Temperature 34 degrees. Heater wide open. Did I mention those shorts and T-shirts?

    Well we made it and lived to tell about it. Brian became a successful record producer in Atlanta. He kept the YJ for 11 years and 4 tops. He eventually became associated with the Cartoon Network producing the background music. His network experience led him to work for DirectTV designing and installing their video editing suites. Which led him to Los Angeles (the 2nd greatest place in the world to own a jeep).

    Distance separated us for several years. But Brian was still jeepin’ west coast style in a brand new 2010 JKU rubicon. He was even training to run the Baja on dirt bike. He and his buddies rode portions of the Baja every weekend. I was jealous. I wasn’t Jealous long. ALS.

    What is ALS?
    Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), also commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease, is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that causes muscle weakness, paralysis, and ultimately, respiratory failure.

    Over the past 4 years, Brian has slowly wasted away.

    So what’s this got to do with wrenching? Well, Brian has gotten to the point that he needs an overhead lift to help move him from bed to chair and chair to bathroom facilities. Quotes from various medical equipment installers were over $25,000.00 for his needs.

    His friends came together and engineered and installed a industrial monorail assembly line production track system. Leave it to the geeks and handy types. Brian ended up with two lifts for under $4K. We had a blast!! And I think his friends felt really good about themselves.

    I write this during the holidays to encourage you guys. Not everyone is as lucky as Brian. He has an incredible support system. I encourage you to look for opportunities to use your skills, knowledge, tools and talents. It’s a gift to yourself to help anyone who really needs it.

    Merry Christmas

    J33PSTR